It’s Hard To Eat Vegetables Since Getting Typhus.?
I want to ask, why during the illness even though vegetables are difficult .. Usually I usually like vegetables, thanks
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. When in a state of illness, indeed many changes that person feels, depending on what pain he suffered, and how severe. Among the symptoms that usually affect appetite are bitter taste in the tongue, which makes food as good as anything becomes not as good as usual. Then the nausea, vomiting, dizziness, and so on can also make the process of eating becomes unpleasant. And the next is the pain itself, the feeling of helplessness and lack of enthusiasm that makes your appetite go down.
These things may make you unable to fully enjoy the food that you normally like. Other factors that might have an effect could be unknowingly you are bored with the menu, or the processed is not in accordance with what you have liked. Either way, clearly, there are no specific and specific diseases that make the sufferer dislike vegetables. So if there is a connection, it must be an indirect connection to the factors that we have mentioned before.
In addition, regardless of whether you like it or not, it is undeniable that vegetables and fruit are very important nutrients and the body needs to be able to fight disease. So we suggest that even if your appetite decreases during this illness, you still need to make sure your body consumes the nutrients it needs to get better and recover quickly. Supported with adequate rest and taking medication according to doctor's recommendations, you can return to your original condition and get back to enjoying all the foods that you like. So, hopefully answering your question.